England v Germany World Cup promotions
The bookmakers are expecting Sunday’s clash in Bloemfontein to be the biggest betting match of all time, with nothing getting the juices flowing more than a Germany v England contest during the World Cup. It’s a brilliant time to be opening a betting account or two, considering some of the excellent new customer offers that are available right now, while firms also have a number of great match offers available.
Bet365 continue to offer up to £200 in free bets to new customers through their 100% Match Deposit Bonus promotion. Simply make your first deposit and this popular bookie will match this with a free balance which can be used on any sporting market, including the hundreds that are available for the 2010 World Cup.
Bet365 also have a ‘Penalty Payback’ promotion for the World Cup, which means that if you back a team on the outright market and they lose on penalties, you will get your stake refunded. Since it emerged that England were playing Germany, there’s been lots of talk about extra-time and penalties, so it might be worthwhile backing the Three Lions at 10/1 to go all the way. Joachim Low’s team are 11/1 with bet365.
Finally, bet365 have their 0-0 cashback offer for England v Germany and every other football match in the World Cup and beyond. That means that all losing First / Last Goalscorer, Anytime Scorer, Correct Score and HT / FT bets are refunded if the game ends goalless. We’re expecting a tight contest!
Over at Paddy Power, you can always be sure of a good promotion for the big World Cup matches and England v Germany is no exception. They have a bore war promotion running which is similar to bet365 in that they will refund all losing 1st/last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast singles on this match if it ends 0-0. There are also £30 in free bets available to new customers when you register for the first time.
Ladbrokes are determined to make a splash for new and existing customers that visit their website this weekend, with anyone opening an account getting a £25 free bet just for depositing £5! This 500% deposit bonus is available during the World Cup and has proved immensely popular, with many people winning with their free bet last Wednesday by backing England. Perhaps you can do the same on Sunday, with the world’s biggest bookmaker offering odds of 5/1 that the match goes to a penalty shoot-out.
Sky Bet like to offer customers lots of extra value for the big England matches and some of their odds for the game at the Free State Stadium are very attractive. You can get odds of 12/1 that England win in extra time, with £10 staked landing you a nice profit of £120. Apparently Wayne Rooney has been looking sharp in training and is available at 20/1 to get his team off to a blinder by scoring in the first ten minutes, while the Manchester United forward is 14/1 with the same firm to score in both halves.